4. Three charges are placed as shown. В С +2 -2 +2 Charges A and C are held in place. Describe what charge B does. Give a reason for your answer. 5. Describe how it is possible for two waves to cancel each other out. 6. A 1200 W microwave oven is plugged into a 120 V outlet. a. Calculate the current required to operate the microwave oven. b. Calculate the resistance of the microwave oven.

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4. Three charges are placed as shown.
В
С
+2
-2
+2
Charges A and C are held in place. Describe what charge B does. Give a reason
for your answer.
5.
Describe how it is possible for two waves to cancel each other out.
6. A 1200 W microwave oven is plugged into a 120 V outlet.
a. Calculate the current required to operate the microwave oven.
b. Calculate the resistance of the microwave oven.
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4. Three charges are placed as shown. В С +2 -2 +2 Charges A and C are held in place. Describe what charge B does. Give a reason for your answer. 5. Describe how it is possible for two waves to cancel each other out. 6. A 1200 W microwave oven is plugged into a 120 V outlet. a. Calculate the current required to operate the microwave oven. b. Calculate the resistance of the microwave oven.

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